Lessons From The Giants In Deuteronomy 2

In Deuteronomy 2 Moses talks about Isreal’s relatives in Canaan (Edom, Moab, Ammon) and the giants they faced to get their land. In this chapter, Moses reveals two things. First, they have no reason to fear the giants dwelling among the Canaanites because these are only a remnant of the Rephaites (giants), the rest of them previously defeated by Israel’s relatives. Second that the promised land is a specific section of geography that God will give to the Israelites, and they should attempt to take land from their relatives unless God hands it over because that is their allotment.

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